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ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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GENEALOGY 
977.201 
B56R0 
1953 



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WE, THE SENIOR CLASS OP 1953, DEDICATE 
T:-II3 riCARBOOK TO WILLIAM PAYNE. 'TO 
WISH TO THANK HIM FOR THE HELP HE HAS 
GIVEN US THIS YEAR. FOR YOU, BILL, 
WE WISH THE BEST OP HEALTH, HAPPIIsIESS 
ANT) PROSPERITY THROUGHOUT THE CO'.'ING 
YEARS. 



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IN LOVIMG IfSMORY OF 



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IN THIS LEAF OF MEMORY PRZST 

WAY YOUR NA.ME F0RE7SR REST, 

FOR WE, YOUR CLASSMATES, STILL RECALL 

YOU WERE THE DEAREST OF TrE?! ALL. 

YOU SHALL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. 



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As3't-Edt.-in- Chief 
Sports Editor 
Photography 



Business 
Juniors 
Sophomores 
Freshmen 
Jr. High 

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Patty May 

Dewayne Lipp 

Jim Dickey", Prank Payne, Don Carr 

Barbara Townsend, Jim Schmidt 

Herbert Holsten 

Joan Ross, Donald fciartin 

Ethel Pierce 

Betty Purvis 

Francis Cook 

Harriett Johnson 

Charles Bole 

Orval Stallsmith 

Ronnie Lakin 

Fred i^essell 



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FRESHMEN 



SOPHOMORES 




PRES.... Evelyn Leffingwell 
V. PRES.Roscoe Ross 

SEC Marx Underwood 

TREAS... David Dailey 
BEP Sua Jones 

JUNIORS 

PRES. .. .Betty Jo Dollar 
V. PRES. Janice Kesseler 

SEC Betty Holloway 

TREAS. . .Sylvia Hynerson 
REP Joan Glancy 




PRES. .. .Harry Pearson 
V. PRES. Jerry Pearson 

SEC Lois Mclntire 

TREAS... Mar jorie Sills 
REP Linda Benbow 

SENIORS 

PRES.... Jim Schmidt 
V. PRES. Patty May 

SEC Jim Dickey 

TREAS ... Her b Hols ten 
REP Barbara Townsend 



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"ENGLISH IN31RUCT0R" 
"ATHLETIC COACH" 




"HOWE EGONOiMCS" 
"I.U3IC INSTRUCTOR" 



ARTHUR CALD.VELL 

"COI^ivERCE & MATH" 
"SCHOOL TREASURE" 




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Student Manager 2 





JOAN ROSS 

"RRR" 1-2-3-1^. 

Class Play 3-1]. 

Chorus 1-2-3 

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HERBERT HOLSTEN 

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Basketball 1-2-3-ii. 

Baseball 3-lf 

Class Officer 3-ii 

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Officer "HRR" 3 

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Track 7-U 

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PATTY MY 

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Class Flay 3-i^. 

Chorus 1-2-3 

Class Olflcer l-2-{|. 

Harvest ^^ueen Attend 2-3 



JAIES DICKEY 

"RRR" 1-2-3-lj. 

Officer "RRh" Ij. 

Basketball. . ,1-2-3-ii 

Baseball 1-2-3-li 

Track 3-k- 

Class Of fleer.. 1-3-li- 
Class Play 3-lj. 



BARBARA TOWNSEND 

"RRR" l-2-3>-k 

Cheerleader .?.--2-3--l]. 

Chorus 1-2 

Class Play 3-1). 

Eallov/een Queen Oand 1-3 

DAR Award ....I|- 

Journalism I4. 

Class Officer 1-2-li 

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RONALD LAKIN 

"RRR" 1-2-3-k 

Basketball i_2-3-i| 

Student Council 3 

Journalism [J 



ETHEL PIERCE 

"RRR" i_2-3-li 

Class Play 3-4 

Chorus 1-2-2, 

P-.atk. q. Att 2 

TrJrls Softball 1^ 

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Class Will 

Charles Bole, will the Hartford City girls to anyone 
who can stand them. 





Donnie Carroll, will my knowledge of mechanics to any 
garage that will have them. 

Francis Cook, will my giggles to Janice Kessler. 

James Dickey, will my ability to shoot left handed to 
Harry Pearson, 

Herbert Holsten, will my history answers to George Duncan. 

Harriett Johnson, will my tallness and red hair to 

Norma Bole. 

Ronald Lakin, will my ability to stay out late and not 
get caught to David Dailey. 

Dewayne Lipp, will my exemption out of Civics class to 
Waldo i^eed. 

Donald kartin, will my ability to be of lice boy to any 
other boy that wants to tackle it. 

Patty kay, will my ability to be engaged in my senior 
year to Betty Holloway. 

Fredrick Nessell, will my ability to get along with 

girls so well to Jerry Pearson. 

Franklin Payne, will i^y brother coach to anybody that 
can stand him. 

Ethel Pierce, will myself to active retirement until 
the Navy releases a certain sailor. 

Betty Purvis, will ay Servicen.en's Address Book to 
Betty Jo Dollar. 

Joan Ro33, will my technique to have a large following 
of boys to Nancy Dearfield. 

James Schmidt, will m7 shortness and ability to play 
basketball to Kop^er Willman. 

Orval Stallamith, will my ingenuity to come to school 

to anyone who can stand the teachers. 

Barbara Townsend, will my ability to f/et straight A's 

in my senior year to anyone with 
willingness to try. 






senior boys, will our basketball suits and shots to 
the sophomores boys, (Fill them well.) 
the senior giils, will our energy and our ability to 

keep the boys mirror hid all year to 
the Junior Girls. 

will to the teachers that we have had 
through our high school career the 
best of Health and Happiness in life, 
in the years to come, 
three senior girls, Ethel, Patty, Joan, will the job 

of cleaning- the trophy case to 3ue 

Jones, Kvelyn Lef flngwell and 

Christina Helm. (Keep it shining, girls.) 



SENIORS OF FIFTY-THREE 



We are the class of fifty-three 

Wondering v/hat our destiny. 
We've strlved so hard to get this far 

Could v/e be wishing on a star? 

We entered as "Greenies" in I4.9 

Ready to begin that upward grind. 
We settled down to read anu write 

Dreading that fearful initiation night. 

Our Sophomore year was quite a journey 

We even won the sectional tourney. 
The name of "bofties" v/as well implied 

Although our pleasures were sometimes denied. 

As "Jolly Juniors" we gave a play 

And left everyone in a laughing way. 
Then in Karch a marble wand 

Called our dear classmate far beyond. 

Now v/e are Seniors setting the pace 

For others who follow to take our place, 
'We're not very dignified keep that in mind 

But the girls hid the mirror, which the boys can't find, 

And now we are leaving dear Old' Roll High 

V/e part with a tear and a desperate sigh. 
Our niemorles here we shall never forget 

For they are the best, v/e have no regret. 



Ethel Pierce 
Barbara Townsend 








CLASS HISTORY 
ERESH1.£N CLASS (191+9-1950) 

We entered i^oll High School as green freshmen. We were 
cordially welcomed by the seniors at Initiation, our first 
big event of the year. V/e entered with 2? members in our 
class with Mr. Richard fjalsley as our sponsor. 

During this year accompanied by our sponsor and his wife 
we went to visit the Fort Wayne International Harvester Co. 

We had a blanket raffle at the Halloween Carnival as our 
part of the event. Our representatives from the class to 
attend the Halloween Carnival at Hartford City was, Bar- 
bara iownsend and Pattjj May. 

During the basketball season we had the coat check to 
make money, Frances Cook was chosen as the basketball queen's 
attencant. 

The members of the class were; Nondus Banter; Charles 
Bole; John Campbell; John Brlles; Joan Stoner; ^jonald Carroll; 
Patty Bridges; Frances Cook; James Dickey; Herbert Holsten; 
Harriett Johnson; Ronald Lakin; Dewayne Llpp;Patty Hay; 
Donald Martin; Fredrick Kessell Jr.; Franlilin Payne; Joan Ross; 
Ethel Pierce; James Schmidt; Orval Stallsmith; Barbara 
To-ATisend; Eernice Chandler; Irene Doty; Dickey Kodgers; 
Betcy Purvis; and inike Drayer. 

Our last event of the year was the Farewell Party v/hich 
was held for the seniors. 




SOPHOiv.ORE CLASS (1950-1951) 

'iVe entered Roll High School as jolly sophomores this 
year. We were very sorry to learn that John Campbell; 
Jobr Brlles; Dickey Rodgers; and Irene Doty, were no 
lonrer members of our class. V^e again had Mr. Richard 
Balsley as our sponsor. 

At the Halloween Carnival we again had the Blanket 
Raffle. Our representative from the class that went 
to the Halloween Curnival at Hartford City was Patty May. 

During the year we had several bake sales, and also an 
auction. 

During the basketball season we again had the coat 
check. Our attendant to the basketball queen was Ethel 
Pierce. 

We were all very dellghteu to receive our class rings 
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Joan Stoner left U3 during the year to get married. 

This year we had on the sectional winning team four 
members from our class, they were: Jim Dickey; Franklin 
Payne; Mike Drayer; and Charles Bole. Right after the 
regional which was played at Marion, J/.ike Drayer left us 
to help improve Yorktown's basks t'jall team. We now have 
21 members left in our class. 

JUNIOR CLASS (1951-1952) 




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This year we entered as Juniors with only 20 members 
in our class. Bob Chapman decided that he had enough 
education and didn't bother about returning to school, 
Mrs. Howaru was to be our sponsor this year. 

We thought that we felt very, energetic this year 
so we decided to work at Schrader's at Marion on Satur- 
days, He took turns about working on Saturdays with 6 
members working each dey. 

V/e had the concessions all year so that we could 
make a little more money to go on the trip. 

Barbara Townsend was again our representative for 
the Hallowe'en Carnival at Hartford City, 

We had our class play this year on November 1I4.. 
The name of it was "Don't Take h;y Penny." The list of 
characters was as follows: 



SALLY Barbara Townsend 

NORAiAN PORTER. .Franklin Payne 

PENNY Pat ty Kay 

CALEB Orval Stallsmith 

IfiABK Herbert Hols ten 

MAVIS Ethel Pierce 

LYDIA . Nondus Banter 

JOANNA Joan Ross 

HARRISON DAY Jim Dickey 



GREG Dewayne Lipp 

LUCILE Betty Purvis 

).:ONSIEUR HENRI Don Carroll 

KERRY Jim Schmidt 

GRAM Frances Cook 

ELSIE Patty Bridges 

CLAIRE Harriett Johnson 

RED Donald Martin 



We received our class sweaters ahd jackets which 
we were very delighted to get. 

This year we sponsored several bake sales. We 
also helped to sponsor the Dixie Four, which everyone 
enjoyed listening to. 

On March 10, 1952, we were all very sorry to 
learn the news of the death of our beloved classmate, 
Nondus Banter, whom everyone liked very much. 





SENIOR CLASS (1952-1953) 




When we came bRck to school we were now as 
dignified seniors In our last year of school. Some 
of us didn't think that we would ever nake It this far 
but wc have. Patty Bridges decided that she would 
rather serve In the Armed Forces than corae to school 
so she enlisted In the WACS. 

Ethel Pierce was our candidate for the Hallowe'en 
Camlvel at Hartford City. 

We were very delighted when October 18, 1952 
rolled around as that was when we left on our Junior 
and Senior Trip. Everyone enjoyed the trip and would 
like to go back again. 

Frances Cook was chosen by the Triple R Club to 
be the bp.sketbRll queen. Joan Ross was chosen as the 
queen's attendant fron the Senior Class. 

We had the class divided Into three groups working 
on the newspaper. There were six members on each group. 
This year, we were busy working on our yearbook. 

For our class play, we selected the drama "Old Doc", 
The cast Is as follows: 

Dr. John Hillary Jim Dickey 

Dr. Robert Hillary. .Herbert Holsten 

Pa Brown De'"ayne Llpp 

V.a Brown Joan Ross 

Margaret Bums Ethel Pierce 

Dick Bums Franklin Payne 

Janet Martin Patty May 

Mr. Hepple .Orval Stallsmlth 

Dr. Edmond Brand Jim Schmidt 

Helen Brand Barbara Townsend 

Vary Selby Frances Cook 

Lois Warner Frsjices Cook 

Mrs. Rossi...; Betty PuitvIs 

Mrs. Cronln Joan Yates 

Mrs. Mellon Harriett Johnson 



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"NOT THE SUNSET BUT THE DAWN" 
"GREEN AND WHITE" 



CLASS MOTTO: 
CLASS COLOR: 
CLASS FLOWER: "WHITE CARNATION" 




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CLASS PRCPKESY 



I was on ny vacation In 1963 .ind having a good time, when 
suddenly ay car started acting up. I stopped In at the next 
garage which was In Detroit, ?£lchlgan. I pa_led irp at the De 
Soto and Plymouth G-arage. The mechanic couldn't find the trouble, 
therefore he called the head mechanic. Walking Into the main 
office, I noticed a diploma bearing the name, "Donald Carroll, 
Head irechginlc." ?/y memory recalled a former student of mine with 
that name, and when the head mechanic walked In low and behold It 
was Donnle. While Donnle was fixing my car he Informed me that 
Fredrick lived In the next state, which was Wisconsin. So Don 
decided that he would take a little vacation and ride along with 
me to see the other students. Don told me he thought Fred Nessell 
owned a huge dairy farm out in the western part of Wisconsin. 
Upon Inquiring we found the exact location, which was .lust a few 
miles northwest of "adison. Wg noticed In the distance many very 
large buildings. Upon arriving we read on the bam, "Fred Keeell 
Jr., Dairy Fairy". We arrived in tine for supper arai Fred invited 
us to stay all night. Wg told him we had to te off early the next 
morning because we were looking up all the old senior class of 
1953, After supper he showed us all his prize possesions. He 
said that he had to work very hard the last ten years to earn all 
this. So I asked Fred if he would like to ride along with us. Ke 
said he thought he needed a vacation so he said he would go. We 
started off for the Show-Ve-State, which Is I'lssourl. We were 
going to look up my old student, Ronnie Lakln. Fred had told me 
that Ronnie was* a salesman at ?^ontgomery Ward in St. Louis. Fred 
also told ne that Ronnie had married the former Barbara Elliott of 
Hartford City. We decided we would stop for the night, I stopped 
to register at a hotel and noticed the name was "Roes' Hotel". I 
wondered if it could be Joan Ross, the student I once had. But 
when I went inside I noticed a man that looked very familiar to 
me. Upon inquiring I found out it was Joan's brother Dale. He 
said he and Barbara had gotten married and were the owners of this 
hotel. I told hi- we wer« looking 'tp all the old class of 1953. 
He said Barbara would be very glad to see me, so we went \xp to 
our rooms. Later that evening there was a knock at my door and 
low and behold it was none other than Barbara! To our disappislnt- 
ment Barbara couldn't go along with us to visit the rest of the 
classmates because of the work that had to be done at the hotel. 
After having quite a chat with Barbara, she left and I retired 
for the night. Early the next morning, I was up and ready to go 
and, after saying goodbye to Barbara and Dale, we were on our 
way. After traveling for miles we finally reached the state of 
■Missouri. We found that Ronnie lived in St. Louis. I went to 
the store where Ronnie worked, but to my disappointment Ronnie 
could only spare us a few minutes of his time, for he was working 
on a big business deal for the company. It seems that Ronnie 
had been very successful with his work. After telling Ronnie of 
my intentions, I learned that Joan lived in Colorado. So I told 
Ronnie goodbye and the boys and I started out for Colorado. 
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decided to eat our lunch before going to find Joan. After 
lunch we learned that Joan was working as a private secretary 
for T.VA. "iVe also found out that Joan's boss was none other 
than Charles Bole. So, I drove out to see Joan and Charles, 
After talking to them for awhile, they decided to go along 
with me and see the rest of the kids". So, we stayed over in 
Denver that night, and we left early the next morning for the 
state of Texas. There we would look up Betty Purvis, whom 
we had found out was working as a secretary' for a big oil 
company. We ate dinner in Oklahoma, and then we journeyed on 
to Texas. We arrived in Amarillo that night, where we stayed 
all night. Early the next morning we left for Dallas. We 
arrived there about noon and upon inquiring we found out where 
3etty worked. Vie found Betty in her private office. After 
we talked awhile with Betty she informed us that she was mar- 
ried to her boss. So, she started with us to New Mexico to 
lock up Herbert who was in the Riarines. We arrived in Santa 
Pe where Herbert was stationed the next night, Herbert was 
on guard duty but would be off in about 5 minutes. So, we 
decided to wait. When H-rbert got off duty we all decided to 
go eat supper together. Her ert couldn't get a furlough, to 
our disappointment, but he informea us that Don Kartin was in 
the Navy and stationed in San Diego, California. So after 
telling Herbert farewell ana wishing him the best of. luck we 
were once again on our way. We stopped in Arizona, for tho 
night in the town of Phoenix. Early the next morning as we 
were going to breakfast we passed a building and on the window 
it said, Dewayne Llpp, Artist." I wondered if it could be one 
of my formier students. The boys, anxious to find out, went in- 
side to Inquire and low and behold it was Dewayne Llpp that I 
had had in the class of 53. While having a nice chat with him 
he Informed me that he had married the former Betty Holloway who 
also haa been a student at Roll School. Dewayne told us that 
he couldn't go with us on our journey since his job took up 
most of his time. So, after saying our farewells we v;ent on 
to breakfast. After breakfast we again started out, and I 
heaiel toward California. We arrived in San Diego that night, 
and we decided to wait until morning to see Don Martin. Early 
the next morning we set out to see Don. When we got to the 
Naval Center the boat Don was on was just docking at the har- 
bor, Don was surprised to see us, and we were all so surprised 
to learn that Don is now a Captain. Since Don couldn't get 
a leave he was unable to go with us on our tour. After telling 
Don all the home news, which Included the winning of the 
state basketball cha.npionship by Roll, we were on our way once 
again. Don had told us we could find Ethel In Seattle, Wash- 
ington, so we decided to make that our next stop. After 
traveling for a couple of days we came into the state of Oregon, 
Then dinner time came, and we found ourselves in the city of 
Portland. .Ve decided to eat and look the town over. While 
looking about, we discovered a television shop bearing the 
name of "Payne." Our curosity finally got the beat of us, so 
we inquirea around to see if it could be any of the Paynes we 
knew. To our amazement .ve learnea that it was no other than 



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than Franklin Payne, one of my former students. It seems that 
i'^ranklln had been quite prosperous in liis television work. He 
told U3 that he haa never married. Franklin decided that he would 
leave his work long enough to fo on our tour, so off we went. 
rVe got in Seattle the next aay and I was anxious to see Ethel, 
so I star tea Inquiring right away. We learned that Ethel's 
narr.e wasn't Fierce anymore, but it was King. It seems that 
her and Gordon hau gotten married a: lastJ '-Ve found Ethel busy 
in her swanky ranch type hoi.:e, taking care of her parakeets 
and her tv/o charn.ing little boys, Goruon Jr. and Arthur. She 
v;as indeed surprised to see me, as I was to learn that Gordon 
was an Admiral in the Kavy. After Lthel and I had cuite a 
talk I learned that Pat and Jim was novf living in Ii:ontana. 
Since Ethel was much to busy to accoripany us on our journey, 
we bid her farewell and we were on our way to I.ontana. '.Vhen 
we arrived in Helena, we decideu to f;et us sorrethi'-jg to eat, 
and while eating we noticea a cute little boy in the restuarant 
and he lookea very much like a Dickrey. So, v/lthout further 
delay we went to the Dickey residence. We haa quite a long 
chat with Pat. We also found out that Jim was a brick layer 
for a larc'e contracting company and he was at work, so we 
didn't get to see hiii.. We learned that Patty and Jim had two 
little girls besides the one boy, and that they were raising 
parakeets. To our disappointment neither Pat nor Jim could 
go with us to see the rest of the class. We learned frorr, Pat 
that Harriett Johnson lived in Wyoning. So, vie decided to make 
that our next stop. After telling Pat goodbye, we were on our 
way to see Harriett. It was just dusk when we arrived in 
Cheyenne, the next evening, so we decided to wait until morn- 
ing before inquiring about Harriett. Early the next day we 
started out and we soon learnea that Harriett's narr.e was nov; 
Burris. It seems that her and Ed had gotten married. It 
didn't take us long to learn where Harriett lived. So without 
further delay, we -.vrre on oar way to her house. When we 
arrived au her home, she certainly was surprised to see her old 
sponsor. Harriett was busy getting ready for a big party she 
was having that night. After we had had a nice little talk 
we decided we'd better go because Hnrriett was so bv:^ 
learned from Harriett that Frances C-ok lived in fs:. ' ., 
so we decideu to go see her ne;:t. .'.e told Harriett 
and once again we were on "our way. After travel 'ir 
miles we finally reached Pittsburg, Perm. -s kre 
in the '.VACS so we went to Inalan Town Gap where rrnricoc 
stationed. When we arrivea at the camp, we Inqjireci at 
headquarLors anu learned that PVances Was off duty at the 
.-no.Tient, ana was at the barracks. When we found her she wvs 
busy shining her shoes, ojie -vas very surprised to so.e 
We had quite an interesting talk and learned that she- 1' 
the Army career. iVuch to our uiaappointtnent she couldn't get 
any leave to ioin us on our tour. So, we said farewell and 
continuea on our vvay. V»e had learnea from Frances that Orval 
Stallsmith was a pilot at the National Alrpfirt in '.Vashington 
D. 0. So, we Qcclded to yislt hitri next. We arrived in Wash- 
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at the airport. .Vhile we were eating v/e noticed that a plane 
was corrdnr: in I'or a lancing. Wlien the pilot frot out, low and 
behold it was none oth^r than the fellow we were looking for, 
Orval itallsmith. Franklin said he would go talk to Orval 
while the rest of us finishea eating. Before dinner was over 
Orval ca.Tie over and joinea us. While talkinjr, we learned that 
Orval now owned the National Airport and had just gotten back 
from a pleasure trip. After telling Orval of our tour, he 
decidea to fly back to Indiana to see some of his old friends. 
I knew that Jim Schriidt was at Purdue, so we decided to visit 



hli., and close out our tour. After bidding Orval goodbye and 
promising to meet hirr. at Puraue , we were on our way once again. 
,Ve arriveu at Puroue a couple of days later and Orval had al- 
rSady contactea Jim ana they were expecting us. Jim was very 
anxious to hear about the rest of the Senior Class of "53" • Ke 
told us that he was nov; a professor at Purdue ana also owned a 



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After having quite a long chat 
that he had married one of his students, 
offered to fly the other students home and save r.-ie the 
After bidding everyone farev/ell, Orval flew off in " Is 



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MR. JOHNSON, Is my Shepherd, I shall not want 

another. 

He maketh me to stuay from morn till night. 

He leadeth me to where I don't want to go, 

He restoreth my doubt on a thick sheet. 

He leadeth me in the paths of right for his 

name sake. 

Yea, though I walk throuc^h the aisles of the 

study hall, I shall fear no evil for he is 

watching me. 

He prepared a quiz for me in the presence of 

my classmates. 

I sharpened my pencil ana soon ray knowledge 

is gone. 

Surely knowledge and good fellowship will 

follow me all the days of my life and I 

will dwell in the school FOREVER. 



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HERBERT HOLSTEN CONCENTRATING 

Scintillate, scintillate, luminour consellation 

Interrogatively I question your constituent 

elements. 

In your prodigiours altitude, above the 

terrestial sphere, 

Similiar to carboaceous isometic outahedral 

In the celestial fir^nanent. 



JOAN RCS3 THINKING THE SAM) THING 

Twinkle, twinkle, little star 
How I wonder what you are, 
Up above the world so high 
Like a diamond in the sky. 



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j.rjorie Sills, Lois I'cl-xtira , ITorma ;-?ole, 
:. Inda 3enbow, Shirley ''6vti>in, Da '/id Jones, 
jd John Glanci . 
: .'^OTias Johnson, Lowell iaarp, Tom ■:-yall, Everett 

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r. Jackson, sponser, Lfjon "aker, _ •• 

Jonn Stonftp, David Dail«y, Marx Underwooci, 

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"FIRST TEAIi" 
BASKETBALL RECORD 




ROLL . . 56 
ROLL . . 57 
ROLL.. 48 
ROLL. .44 
ROLL.. 55 
ROLL... 37 
♦ROLL.. 59 
ROLL.. 52 
ROLL.. 64 
ROLL. .59 
ROLL.. 75 
ROLL.. 5 4 
ROLL.. 54 
ROLL.. 61 

ROLL.., 63 
ROLL.. 93 
ROLL.. 63 
ROLL.. 58 
ROLL.. 55 
**R0LL..59 
*»R0LL..52 



WARREN.. 50 

ST. PAUL.. 43 

JEFFERSON.. 49 

ALBANY.. 51 

ridge:ville..38 
hartford city.. 51 

♦MONTPELIER. .63 

REDKEY. .74 

POLINCJ. .40 

BERNE.. 46 

PENNVILLE..31 

T'ONTPELIER. . 56 

JACKSON.. 41 

EATON.. 65 

VAN BUREN..47 

CHESTER CENTER. .61 

MONraENT CITY.. 6 9 

BRYANT.. 65 

Y0RKT0WN..57 

♦♦BRYANT,. 57 

♦♦M0NTPELIER..55 





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3e:;ior jackets 

Franklin Payne.. Ij. stripes 

Charles Bole.... 3 stripes 

rim Dickey 3 stripes 

ionald Lakin....3 stripes 

Jim Schr.idt . . . . .3 stripes 

Herbert Hol3ten,2 stripes 

Dewayne Lipp....2 stripes 

Donald Carroll..! stripe 

^•Donald kartin...! stripe 

JLanager 



VARSITY LETTERS 

Lowell Sharp 

Harry Pearson 

David Dailej 

:om Byall 

Jerry Pearson, Mgr, 



TRaCK LETTERS 
Bill Tovme 
Devayne Lipp 
Franklin Payne 
Jim Dickey 




NUMERALS 

uick Ballenger 195i<- 

Everett Lee 1955 

Roger Willraann 1955 

Cavid Jones 1955 

John aiancy 1955 

Darrell Rice 1955 

Roscoe Ross ..,195c> 

John a toner 1956 



BASEBALL LETTERS 
Donald Carroll 
Jim 3r;h"iidt 
lowell Sharp 
Herbert Moisten 
Jim Dickey 
Franklin Payne 
Roger VJillmann 
Dick Ballenger 
David Dailey 
Dewayne Lipp 
Roscoe Ross 
Jim Sutton 



CHEERLEADERS 
Barbara Townsend 
Patty Towne 
Betty Jo Dollar 

Jim Dickey received two trophies, one for the most free throws 
made, 100 out of l52, and one for the highest percentage, .657 

BASKETBALL 

The Roll Red Rollers started the season out by defeating Warren 
and St. Paul before losing to Jefferson hj a single point. Two 
losses and one victory were tallied up before the Blind Tourney at 
L.ontpelier. The Rollers played the I.'ontpelier Pacers the first 
game and lost by a score of 57-6?. Jim Dickey, the Rollers' Center, 
won the sportsmanship trophy. As the season continued, the Red 
Rollers lost to Redkey, then went on a 3 game winning streak. The 
Pacers again downed the Rollers in their regular scheduled game, 
51^.-56. The scarlet scourge next eked out a tough Jackson team be- 
fore falling before the Eaton Norsemen. A traditional last qua'^ter 
rally edged out Van Buren, and also drubbed Cheater Center, 93-6l. 
The following two games, konunient City and Bryant were lost by a 7 
point margin, then the Yorktown Tigers rallied to beat the Rollers 
two points. The season record was 9 wins and 10 losses. 

The Rollers tangled with a tall Bryant team in the sectional, 
beating them two points after trailing most of the way. But once 
again the /. ontpelier Pacers edged the Rollers out for the third 
by 3 points. 




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ROLL.. UN- 
ROLL. .31 
ROLL. .33 
ROLL. .39 
ROLL.. 21 

ROLL.. 17 
ROLL.. 30 
ROLL.. 18 
ROLL. .39 
ROLL.. 31 
ROLL.. 39 
-:rR0LL..31 
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ROLL. .36 
ROLL. .30 
ROLL.. 39 
ROLL.-Ij.? 
ROLL..l;.l 
ROLL. .29 



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JEFFtRSOft\.IiO 

ALBANY. .l|2 

RIDGEVILLE. .kk 

HARTFORD CITY. .31 

REDKEY. .51 

POLING.. 36 

SER13..26 

PENNVILLE..37 

JiCNTPELIER..)'9 

JACKSOH. :Z9 

VAN RURi:; . . 33 

CHESTER. .3L 

EATON.. 47 

VAN 3UREN..I1.9 

CHES'^ER CENTER. A,.} 

MONUMENT CITY. .3t' 

3RYACT..3lr 
YORKTOVm..72 



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5TH & 6TH SCHEDULE 

ROLL.. 19 JACKSON.. 18 

ROLL.. 22 JACKSON... 9 

ROLL.. 13 CHESTER.. 37 

ROLL... 8 CHESTER., 35 

ROLL.. 30 EATON.. 18 

ROLL.. 13 HART70RD CITY. .10 




JR. HI SCHEDULE 


ROLL.. 28 


JEFFERSON.. 20 


ROLL.. 17 


JACKSON.. 33 


ROLL.. 34 


ALBAI;Y..32 


ROLL.. 29 


JACKSON.. 38 


ROLL.. 29 


CHESTER.. 30 


ROLL.. 35 


PENMVILLE..21 


ROLL.. 36 


?.:ONTPELIER. . 27 


ROLL.. 2 2 


EVANS.. 13 


ROLL.. 30 


EVANS.. 20 


ROLL.. 35 


PENNVILLS..21 


ROLL.. 29 


CHESTER. .27 


ROLL.. 24 


EATON.. 20 



JR. HI BASEBALL SCHEDULE 
ROLL... 8 EVANS... 2 

ROLL... 4 POLING... 7 

ROLL... 9 EATON... 8 

ROLL... 5 POLING... 8 

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SEATED: Barbara Townsend, Mr. Johnson (Principal), Shirley Morgan. 
STA1^DI^XJ: Betty Jo Dollar, Joan Glancy, Don Martin, Mar Jorle Sills, 
Llnla Benbov; and Emna Jean Tonllnson. 






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Inr; In October -shen 32 Juni- 
crs and Seniors "net at the 
Roll Hii^h School. i-'here they 
waited anxiously for the 'ous, 
30 they could start tiieir* 9 
day tour through t.ie East. 
Cur first day tooic us thi-ough 
the stite of O.iio, and on 
over into Pennsylv-ania, where 
we saw many old -mines. ',Ve 
spent the ni[*ht In Pittsburg 
in the "pitta burgher Hotel." 
The follovting norning v/e were 
up brlirht and early on our 
way to '/as. in;;: tori. D. 0. '.ve 
arrived a*t Gettysburg in ti -:e 
for lunch, after'Aards we were 
taken on a guided tour of the 
battlefield.. Traveling on In 
to jV.i.shlngton D. C. we check- ,j 
ed in at the "Congressional -^-^t^g "^ 
Hotel." Aft3r eating 3upj;er, "^ 
we took a night toxrr through 
the city, visiting the Con- 
gressional j^^Lbrary, Jefferson 
''e.-aoPial, Lincoln T.Ie-norial, 
and 9.iJo,;ing a night view of 
thffiSlSfFhite House. The next 
day being I'onday, we had a 
full schedule, in the morning 
•lie visited the .vashington 
?"onuTient, Ilapltol Building, 
where k nad our pictures 
taken. Bureau of Mints, The 
Supreme Court .Buildingj and 
the FBI Building. After 
lunch we went to ¥fa . /ernon, 
which is the hoT.e.of George 
■Washington. On OUP way back 
we visited the 7«ishington lia- 
tlonal Airport, and "[Inrist 
7.nurch .vhsre ."/eorge .Vashlng- 
ton attended. From here we 
went to Lee's I'ansion,, and 
Che Arlington Ce-netery. We 
were at the to'nb of the un- 
known soldier at the tiae cf 
the changing of the guards. 
It was a very iTipresslve 
sight. After going back to 
the hotel our evening was 
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..rter'the tour we ate dinner 
in a cafeteria not far from 
the Ca;;itol .'uildln£. Then 
we returned tc the old addi- 
tion of the 3~iitasonian ins- 
titute, wh'jre they ha/e The 
Spirit of 3t". Louis, and -nany 
otaer airplanes, old autoxo- 
oiles, fire af-ns, and tne In- 
autjural gowns of the pi'esid- 
ent's wives. <»e were at the 
-istltute until around }:30. , 
.e started for Dalti lore 
Lc the "Southern Hotel", 
where v.'e s'-ent onl^ one nijht. 
"alti-^iore is knovrn ' for It's 
V. lite steps. The narrow side 
.valks fra-T>ed '3y these many 
white steps -nake a picture 
one -.ve'll long reme-nber. Cn 
morning our next 
was New York. 



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destiaition was 
This day we were 
ates, th« first Maryland, 
Pennsylvania, Delawai'e, I<ew 
Jersey and finally iNsw 'ork, 
where we «fould stay for two 
days. Our first stop for the, 
day was at independence Hall 
in Philadelphia, taen we ta?a- 
'/eled into uov Jersey, .ie 
arrived for our bus inspect- 
ion around 1:30, the bus did- 
n't pass inspection because 
of the e-ner^ency irake, so 
, other bus ca-ne and picked 
r. iJe arrived in «.:* York 
at our hotel the "'.VellintitOii'' 
:iround 6:30. In the o/e.:ua£ 
we .'.ont to i.idlo City as a 
:;roup. ;aw the "; - 

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Ethel Alexander 
IvoTou Lily 
Kerkle Futrell 
Esther nice 
/lichard Thompson 
Fern nee tor 
George Osborn 

Class or lyl'V 
Abner '-olverton 
Perry Huffman 
Leah Johnson 
aerniece Shrev/e 
V»ilbur iwlntiler 

Claas of 1920 
Francis r-adaox 
E. C. Storm 
Onal Fulton 
Pauline Huff 
Dorotiiy i'.ay i^arrett 
Harola Banter 
Llojj'd Lleui':ince 
Harry Pierce 
Lorraine i^ly 
Ned Tatman 
Francis Johnson 
Gil ie iUf^h 
Ruth Florea 
Carl Ijick 
Glayds i^ee 
Charles Evans 



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Address 




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Hartford City 
Madison, ^Visc. 
Muncie 
Mlchi-«n 

Illinois 



r'ort "i/ayne 
hiuncie 

Unknown 
California 



Unkno.vn 
Hartford Cltv 



t.arion 

Roll 

Montpeller 



Hartford 

Hartford 

Hartford 

Michigan 

Warren 

Fort iVayne 

Iviontpelie.r 

Unknown 



City 
City 
^ity 



Occupation 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Wholesale Grocery 

Housewife 

Teacher 

Deceased 

Teacher 



Factory "orker 
Factory worker 
Deaceased 
Housewife 
Unknown 



Unknown 

Housewife 

Deceased 

Deceased 

Teacher 

Barber 

".Veils Co. Supt. 

Deceased 

Housewife 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Unknown 

Housewife 

Barber 

Teacher 

Unknown 



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Class of 19-1 
Helen t>yall 
Thurl Bup.h 
Ralph Byall 
Hugh 1 horn 3 p on 
Ruby Kilandt^r 
Victor iVelsh 
Mera iVelsh 
Kora Beavens 
Florence Runkle 
liellie Leech 
Eva Maddox 
Edith Mann 



Warren 
Minnesota 

Mvmcie 

Michigan 

Oklahoma 

Warren 

Warren 

LoR-ansport 

Hartford 

Marion 

Warren 



ity 



Unknown 

Salesman 

L/eceased 

Teacher 

Housewife 

•tiousewife 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Teacher 

Housewife 

Teacher 

Housewife 




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Class or 1922 
Ruby Alexander 
Ralph Banter 
Clyde iiolloway 
Vauj^hn Johnson 
Harry Lee 
Glenn Liurance 
Arthur Kelson 
Connor Batson 
Helen Lewis 

Class of 1923 
John r'lorea 
Thelma Ce-vltt 
Theodore Maddos 
Grace Glancy 
Mary Harrold 
Lillie Schmidt 
Orle Huffman 
Virgil Jones 
Chester Huff 
Grace Kelley 

Class of 192t4- 
Junior Buchard 
Garnet Byall 
Raymond Byall 
Mary Creek 
Ivalene Dewitt 
Harr-y Dutro 
Paul Florea 
Bertha Futrell 
Ralph Kitcerman 
Ruth Kelly 
Charlene Osborne 
Mary Runkle 
Lena Seelig 
Mable Seelig 
Kable Swindler 
Helen Wolverton 
Glenn Frazier 
Marjorie Osborne 

Class of 192^ 
Herbert Brother ton 
Dorothy Conrad • 
May Harrold 
Helen Johnson 
Herbert Leech 
Garth Nelson 
Blanche Ratllff 




Address 

Fort V/ayne 

Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Texas 
Marion 
Huntington 
Chester Center 
Hartford City 



Fairmount 
Hartford City 
Upland 

Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Fort Wayne 
California 
Hartford City 

Karion 



Montpelier 
Chicago 

Fort Wayne 

Muncie 

Eaton 

Marion 

Marion 

South Bend 

South Bend 

Unknown 

Marion 

Florida 

Union City 

Montpelier 

Culver 

Unknown 

Indianapolis 



Unknown 

Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Marlon 

Hartford City 
Hartford City 



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Deceased 

Farmer 

Teacher 

Salesman 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Housewife 



Factory ."orker 

Housewife 

Farmer 

Housewife 

House.vlfe 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Factory 

Deceased 

Home Economics 



Factory Worker 

Model 

Deceased 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Teacher 

Factory Worker 

Housewife 

Civil Engineer 

Housewife 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Housewife 



Unknown 

Deceased 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Housewife 




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Name 
Class of 1926 
Olive SliJith 
Fred Creek 
Gretchen Dick 
Ester Kelly 
Nellie Welsh 
^.e^edith Rynerson 
June Underwood 
Russell Leach 

Class of 1927 
Geraldine Bugh 
Olive Griffith 
Vesta Harrold 
Vance K.addos 
Wllma Palmer 
Virgil Passmore 
Lloyd Rice 
Lola Swinaler 
Doroohy oielig 
Clare Tharp 
Pauline Underwood 

Class of 1928 
Jason ^irith 
Juanlta Alexander 
Catherine 3ryner 
Bernard Carmin 
Delight Ely 
''ames Ford 
Alline Griffith 
Grace Griffith 
Ralph huffman 
Pauline i^rtin 
Lewis Nedderman 
Pauline Nelson 
Dane Ratliff 
Danial hinker 
Paul Roush 
Milo Schmidt 
Dorothy Thomas 
Kathyleen Watson 

Cla as of 1929 
Harold i^ick 
Hugh Sills 
Gleen Garwood 
George Burchard 
Laura Schmidt 
Ennls fcicConkey 



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Address 

India. .apolis 
Hartfora City 
Unk.iOwn 
Hartford City 
Hartford Citv 
Hartford City 
iiartford City 
Hartford City 



Unknown 

Hartford City 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Roll 

Unknown 

Oregon 

Keystone 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Port n&jne 



North Manchester 

Huntington 

Unknown 

k.ari on 

Roll 

Hartford City 

Montpelier 

Wontpelier 

Unknown 

Unknown 

California 

Hartford City 

Hartford City 

Marion 

Hartford City 

Fort Wayne 

Unknown 

Eaton 



Bunker Hill 

Hartford City 

Unknown 

Gas City 

Unknown 

Kontpelier 




Nurse 

Farmer 

Teacher 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Farmer 

iiousewife 

Laborer 



Unknown 

housewife 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Housewife 

Unknown 

Preacher 

Housewife 

Teacher 

Farmer 

Factory 'Worker 



Teacher 

Teacher 

Unknown 

Dean of Boys 

Housewife 

Laborer 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Priest 

Unknown 

Dentist 

Housewife 

Laborer 

Engineer 

Truck Driver 

Electrician 

Unknown 

Teacher 



Teacher 

Farmer 

Unknown 

Factory "Worker 

Unknown 
Parmer- 





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Marie Stallsmlth 
Lavonne Slelig 
Francis ^arold 
Ruby Schrader 
"rrace Dutro 
Francis Kelly 
Burnee ta Palnei' 
Homer Boots 
Thelna Crpel- 
■,'alSf:r 'Jeschke 
Edgar Schmidt 
Eyron Nelson 
Cleo Collins 
i'-able iVeschke 

Class of 1930 



Bernice Johnson 
Gladys Roush 
Bernice Burchard 
Thelno Dutro 
Ethel Casterline 
Francis Swift 
Ethel Stallsmith 
Arnold Pierce 

Class of 1931 
Cecil Pearson 
Janis Brail 
Harold DeVnitt 
George Liller 
Bernice Collins 
Glenn Schmidt 
Lucille Tatman 
Claude Dutro 
Claude Griffith 
Charles Kelsey 
Gerald Kedderman 
Mae Hoffman 
Brice l/.addox 

Class of 1932 
Eurnetta Befrier 
Donald Brown 
Ruby Dollar 
Vlron Knox 
Sylvia i£organ 
Russell Coe 
Uo'fi^v'i Osborne 
Cecil Johnson 
Catherine Stallsmith 



Address 

Montpelier 
Unknown 

Hartford City 
Hartford Giby 
Kokoiio 
Van Duren 
Hartford City 
.■i.n:-oly. 

Hartford City 
Muncie 

Hartford City 
. Gaston 
Hartford City 



Kokomo 

Hartford City 
blichigan 
Hartford City 
Gas City 
Hartford City 
Gas City 
Roll 



Marion 

Ohio 

Anderson 

California 

Hartford City 

Anderson 

Hartford City 

Hartford City 

h.uncie 

California 

Unknov.'n 

Muncie 



Unknown 
Keystone 
Hartford City 
Marion 
California 
Gas City 
Hartford City 

Ohio 
Hartford City 




Occupation 



House.vife 
Unknown 

Housekeeper 

Housewife 

Housev;lx"e 

Housewife 

Laborer 

Toach'- r 

Fam.er 

Factory Worker 

Farmer 

Grocer 

Housewife 



Teacher . 

Housewife 

Clerk 

Housewife 

Factory Worker 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Janitor 



Farmer 
Housewife 
Laborer 

Factory Worker 
Housewife 

Housewife 

Factory V\/orker 

Farmer 

Laborer 

Salesman 

Unknov/n 

Car-Dealer 



Uidcnown 

Farmer 

Housewife 

Farmer 

Housewife 

Factory Vrforker 

Factory Worker 



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Class of 1932 
laby Tatman 
Clyde E. Peazel 
Lester Wise 
John Gibson 
h;argaret Rlgga 
Harold Garrltt 
Christy Welsh 
Joseph Schuhmacer 
Mary Schraaer 

Class of 1933 
Lloyd Rice 
Mary i^lck 
Leon Banter 
Harold Dollar 
Bertha Glancy 
Robert Banter 
Alma Shuman 
Floyd Hoffman 
Kenneth Keller 
Walter hice 
Cleo Price 
Maryellen Kiatt 
Genevieve iucConkey 
Mildred Pulley 
Herbert Temple ton 
Lois Ely 

Clifford Schmidt 
Robert Kelley 
Francis Yates 
Mary ruth Byall 
Theron Bird 
Leona Farr 
Claude Sills 
Therole Miller 
George Dearfield 
Delbert Brown 
James Bryner 
Thelma Dick 

Class of 193lj- 
Irvin Shviman 
Vivian Byall 
Bernal Pearson 
Sherman Casterline 
Maxine Temple ton 
Vearl Jolinson 
Mary E. Fuller 
Doris Gibson 



Address 



03:apation 




Anderson 




Housewife 


Karion 




Plumber 


Hartford 


City 


Farmer 
Deceased 


Warren 




Housewife 


Hartford 


City 


tiechanic 


Unknown 




Unknown 


Hartford 


City 


Farmer 


Hartford 


City 


Housewife 


Hartford 


City 


Farmer 


Hartford 


City 


Housewife 


iVarion 




Car Salesman 


Marion 




Unknown 


Marion 




House/;! fe 
Deceased 


Unknown 




Unknown 


Hartford 


City 


Farmer 


Hartford 


City 


Factory V/orker 


Hartford 


City 


Farmer 


Hartford 


City 


hiarket Owner 


Michigan 




Housewife 


California 


Housewife 


tiarion 




Housewife 


Mt.Etna 




Farmer 


Gas City 




Housewife 


Hartford 


City 


Carpenter 


Gas City 




Factory Viorker 


Hartford 


City 


Factory Worker 


Ohio 




Unknown 


Hartford 


City 


Farmer 


Marion 




Housewife 


Californl 


.a 


Unknown 


California 


Factory Worker 


Hartford 


City 


Mechanic 


Keystone 




Farmer 


Unknown 




Teacher 


Illinois 




Housewife 


Dunkirk 




Pairoer 


Cleavland 


Housewife 


Montecello 


Service Station 


Hartford 


City 


Factory Worker 


Hartford 


City 


Housewife 


Hartford 


City 


Farmer 


Upland 




Housewife 


Hartford 


City 


Housewife 



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Name 

John Lewis 
Catherine Seelig 

Roy Coe 
Edna Weschke 
Kathlyeen i:cDonald 
Samuel Baxell 
Ruby Coe 

Edfrar Stallsmlth 
Karjorie Underwood 
Helen Hatliff 
Virgil Stallsmith 
hiary Garrett 
Ernest Tatman 
Kathryn Brose 
Call Farr 
Jlary Jones 
Char.les Layman 

Class of 1933 
Alvin Fioush 
Catherine Farr 
Harold Seelig 
Clarence Long 
Jessie Seelig 
k'ary Robinson 
Louise Banter 
Paul Schwartzkoph 
3eralaine Stroup 
Myron Schultz 
John I'cConbs 
Geneva Kelley 
Edward Alspach 
Herman Kelson 
Grace V/inget 
Maxine Pulley 
Arnold Yates 

Class of 1936 
Junior Schmidt 
Blanche Confer 
Joe h.cDonald 
l.arjorie Younts 
Lena ^uth Palmer 
Ij/arott; ?.03:i 
Evelyn Lewis 
Roscoe Collin's 
Hilda Dick 
La-.verence Dick 
Hazel Weschke 
Eckhart Dearfield 
Betty Temple ton 




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Address 

Fort 'rtayne 
Bunker Hill 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Fort Wayne 
Illinois 
'.Varren 
Van Buren 
Fort «ayne 
Hartford City 
Marlon 

Hartford City 
Anderson 
Hartford.City 
Marion 

Hartford City 
South Bend 



^;ichigan 

karlon 

Hartford City 

Unknown 

Peru 

Kokomo 

J'arion 

Hartford City 

y^arion 

Hartford City 

Hartford City 

Vi/arren 

Ohio 

Indianapolis 

Hartford City 

F.arlon 

Norfolk, /Irginia 



Orgon 

Hartford City 
Fort Wayne 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Upland 

Hartford City 
Gaston 
Gas City 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 



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Occupation 

Truck Driver 

Housewife 
Factory Worker 
Housewife 

Housewife 
Oil vli'orker 
Housewife 
Insurance 
Hospital 'Worker 
Housewife 
Insurance 
Housewife 
Factory "orker 
Housewife 
Factory Worker 
At Home 
Factory Worker 



Unknown 

Housewife 

Standard Oil 

Auditor 

Clerk 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Factary ''Vorker 

Storekeeper 

Garageman 

Builder 

Housewife 

Unknown 

Factory Worker 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Factory Worker 



Mechanic 

Housewife 

Salesman 

Teacher 

Housewife 

Factory Worker 

Housewife 

Te'=cher 

Housewife 

Farmer 

Housewife 

laborer 

Housewife 



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Name 
Arpha Dollar 
Charles King 
Betty Broae 
Dal ton Knox 
ivlary Mciviilalan 
Lois Chamberlin 
Burr Harrold 
Lenna Johnson 
Earl Lewis 

Class of 1937 
Elmo Kelsey 
ir.adellne Balsley 
James Byall 
Valter Bird 
Lavelle .Velllamson 
Eileen iiay Ford 
u-axine C-arrett 
George Schrader 
Leon iiaddox 
LaVonna ii.ichael 
Elizabeth Jane Roderick 
Ikiary banter 
Zona June ^ick 
Chester Pulley 
^ielen Abbott 
Jonn King 
J.argaret Byrmer 
Bernetta Speidel 
Bernice Pearson 

Class of 1938 
harry Yates 
i.arlon Schmidt 
RoVert Sine 
Charles i'.icConkey 
Paul Payne 
Keith Collins 
"larren Drennen 
Doris Knight 
Laura Jean Peazel 
Mazine Lev/is 
Thelma Pitts 
Byron L. Aise 
•'•ill is Boan 
Dalletta Puller 
Lloyd Chamberlin 
Floyd Chamberlin 
Walter Casterline 
Anna .Valker 
iiiiarion Tatman 



Address 
Hartford City 
l^nknown 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Chester Center 



i*iuncie 
Hartford 
kunc ie 
Unknown 
'Warren 
Hartford 
Hartford 
Hartford 
Unknown 
Hartford 
Richn.ond 
hedkey 
^'iclligan 
iiarion 
Hartford 
Utah 
Unknown 
Hartford 
Hartford 



City 



Citv 
City 
City 

City 



City 



City 
City 



Norfolk, Virginia 
Fort Wajme 
Roll 

^artford City 
Hartford >^ity 
Hartford City 
IrVarren 

Hartford '-ity 
Van Buren 

Montpelier 
Hartford City 
Iniat thews 
Upland 
Ohio 

Hartford City 
Hartford i-ity 
Anderson 




Occupation 
Housewife 
Unkn own 
Housewife 
Farmer 
Housewife 
Unknown 

Factory Worker 
Housewife 
Farmer 



Factory Worker 

Housewife 

Truck Driver 

Unknown 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Housev/ife 

Farmer 

Unknown 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Secretary 

Factory >'orker 

Housev;ife 

Oil Refinery 

Unknown 

Housekeeper 

Housewife 



Factory "orker 

T,B, Sanitarium 

Factory inorker 

Stroups Garage 

Farmer 

Techlncian 

Farmer 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Deceased 

'housewife 

i armer 

factory Worker 

housewife 

Unknov.-n 

Deceased 

Farmer 

Housekeeper 

Foreman 




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Class of 1939 
?hyll33 Tatnan 
Howard Pearson 
Fred F. Glancy Jr. 
Alvln Karsh 
Jeanetta "hite 
Helen J.ae Yates 
"Waneta Jane Banter 
Walter ^^an 
Robert 1^. Harrold 
l-Vancls Earl Pierce 
Estel V.aj-ne Schultz 
Gladice itallamith 
Martha Lavon Kinc 
James Richard Vlncient 
Vire-il L. Johnson 

Class of I9I4-O 
Alex Ya te s 
•Vllllam Cline 
Herbert Dewitt 
•Vllliam Hahn 
Nina Schmidt 
Thomas kcConkey 
Harold nbaott 
Alice Dutro 
Harold Speldle 
ftuth Payne 
Paul Adkins 
Susan Dick 
Lorada Banter 
Bob i.itaker 
Violet Knox 
Wanaa hatliff 
Orville rurniss 
Warren Palmer 
Eeulah ^utro 
Luther buther 
Jene Palmer 
La /erne -Love 

Class of I9II 
Frank Jones 
Allen Kichael 
Wllma Johnson 
Charles Holioway 
Thurl Fuller 
Charles Michael 
John ->herley 
halph Confer 





Address 


Occupation 


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Hartford City 


Housewife 


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Ohio 


College Student 




Viuncle 


Teacher 


1 


Cowan 


Unknown 






Fort Wajrne 


Housewife 






Hartford City 


Housewife 


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■- 


kontpelier 


Housewife 


_ 


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Marion 


Factory »"orker 








College Student 


; 


-f— 


Indianapolis 


Factory Worker 




Hartford >-ity 


Mechanic 




Alexandria 


Secretary 




Marion 


Hpusewife 




Hartford ^ity 


Factory "orker 




Hartford City 


Head Nat'l Gd. 


r 

— r 


Hartford City 


Farmer 


— f 


Montpelier 


Farmer 




Hartford City 


Unknown 


1 


Hartford City 


Factory '*orker 1 


II 


Jv.unc ie 


Housewife / 


11 


Unknown 


Unknown 


ii 


Hartford City 


Factory Worker 


III 


Hartfird City 


Housewife 


hi 


Hartford City 


Factory Worker 


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Pennville 


Housewife 


Hartford ^ity 


Clerk 


Fort Wayne 


Factory "''orker ' 


Hartfora City 


Housewife - 


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Texas 


Rancher — 


IIS 


Hartford City 


Housev/lfe / 


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Unknown 


Unkno'wn > 1 


Hartford t^ity 


Factory »Vorker 1 


Somerset 


Auto Dealer 




nartford City 


Housewife 




Hartford City 


Farmer ; 




Kokomo 


Factory Worker 


; 


Fairmount 


Housewife 


i 


Hartford City 


Factory "orker 


1 


Hartford City 


Unknown 1 




Hartford City 


Housewife - \ 
Parmer '| 


1 


Hartford City 


\ 


Hartford ^ity 


Unknown I 


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Hartford City 


Factory "orker J 


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Dunkirk 


Factory Worker 


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Hartford ^ity 


Farmer 


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Name 
Vivian Knox 
Betty Speidel 
F.ich&rd h'-cllviain 
Joseph Cochran 
Harry Johnson 
Nilah idaxine Balienger 
Howard Byall 
Rachel A. Ross 
Ruth A. Ross 
Joan Tatman 
Marjorie Brokaw 
Robert Morgan 

Class of 19lj2 
h.ary I.. Nelson 
Byron L. Banter 
Betty J. Abbott 
Gail-Q. Hahn 
Wilma I. Coons 
Betty J. i.urphy 
Ric lard &. Yencer 
Betty J. Vincent 
Charles K.. Yates 
Lola i<. . Tarr 
Albert f^. Shirley 
I.'.artha L. Younts 
Rozhonna A. Palmer 
George E. Banter 

Class of 19I43 
Juanlta Olancy 
Norma I'atman 
Paul Trosper 
•Jack Sharp 
Amos Brokaw 
Cicll Robb 
Robert Smith 
Joe Iv.iles 
Lil]iam Banter 
Delbert Pulley 
Elvin Collins' 
Glen Trosper 
Bruce Byall 
Theodore Cline 
Betty Dutro 
Martha Troxell 

Class of l^kk 
Leon Alexander 
Vera Garrett 
Thelma Ross* 
Pauline Stoll 



Address 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Roll 

Fairmount 
Hartford City 
Unknown 
Ohio 
Roll 
Roll 

Anderson 
Gaston 
kontpeller 



Dunkirk 

Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Fort Wayne 
Hartford City 
Upland 
Ohio 
Unknown 
California 
Hartford City 
Florida 
Karlon 



Huntington 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 

Kuncie 

Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Indianapolis 
Unloiown 
Wisconsin 
Hartford City 
South -end 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Unknown 



Hartford City 
IxUncle 

Hartford City 
Ohio 




Occupation 

Housev/lfe 
Housekeeper 
Factory iVorker 
Factory. Worker 
Factory Worker 
Hj^usewife 
Unkn jwn 
Housewife 
Housewife 
Housewife 
Unknown 
Factory Worker 



Housewife 

Deceased 

Housewife 

Factory '.Vorker 

House v/ife 

Housewife 

Farmer 

Housewife 

College Student 

Unknown 

Unknovm 

House •.vlfe 

Housewife 

Truck Driver 



Teacher 

Housewife 

Farmer 

Deceased 

Factory "orker 

Factory Worker 

Farmer 

Unknown 

Office Worker 

Unknown 

Credit liaitai^er 

Farmer 

Factory VJorker 

Farmer 

Housewife 

Unknown 



Factory "orker 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Secretary 



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Robert Akers 
John Schrader 
Kathlene Jones 
Opal kartin 
Bonnie Pierce 
Maxine McCorabs 
Kenneth i^oas 
Robert Vincent 
Allce-ft-cConkey 
Lena fuller 
ji.urldeen Oswalt 
Fred Johnson 

Class of 19i4-5 
Zella Chamberlin 
Iraida R, Reed 
Inez ^. Schmidt 
Herbert Keesling 
William Payne 
Marjorle Jlancy 
Norma Sharp 
Richard Brose 
John Robinson 
Lenora Abbott 
James holloway 
Thressa Stoll 
L.ary Bird 
Corinne Randall 
Jean Colbert 
Beverly Shannon 

Class of 19I16 
Stanley KicClelland 
. Betty Bonev.'lt 
George Niontgomery 
ihurl Banter 
Catherine Godfrey 
Robert Garrett 
i:artha Pulley 
Patricia Vincent 
Rosemary Copsey 
Rosalea Byall 
J. Lldon Gadbury 
Ruby Tarr 
Howard Chapman 
tary Perkins 
Donald Pierce 
Katharine Herring 
Oris Palmer 
Dorothy Sharp 



Address 



iiartford 

Hartford 

Pone to 

Indlanap 

Hartford 

Hartford 

Roll 

Hartford 

Arkansas 

Hartford 

Hartford 



City 
City 

oils 
City 
City 

City 

City 
City 




Pennville 
Connecticut 
Hartford City 
New Castle 
Jriontpelier 
Roll 

Montpeller 
Bloomlngton 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Yorktown 
Hartford City 
Kokomo 
Montpeller 
Hartford City 



Roll 

Bluntsvllle 
Unknown 
iviarion 

Hartford City 
iViarion 
Unknown 
Hartford City 
Lebanon 

Norfolk, W. Vlr. 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Roll 

Hartford City 
Hartford City 
N.ontpelier 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 




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Occupation 
Army 
Farmer 
Housewife 
HousQv/ife 
Housewife 
Housewife 
College Student 
Factory 'A'orker 
Sinr^le 
Housewife 
Housewife 
Factory Worker 



Housewife 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Farmer 

Teacher 

Housewife ■ 

Housewife 

Student I. U. 

Farmer 

Housewife 

Parmer 

Housewife 

Hfjusewlfe 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Factory Worker 



Factory Worker 

Housewife 

Unknown 

Farmer 

Factory Worker 

Factory Viorker 

Unknown 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Farmer 

Unknown 

Well-driller 

Housewife 

Factory "Vorker 

Housewife 

Factory vVorker 

Housewife " 



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Class of I9I 7 

Max Glancy 
Jc:;-cl Pal,..-;:- 
Ross Dick Jr. 
Frances Bonwit 
Glenn Johnson 
Wayne Dickey 
Eloise Alexander 
Charles Glancy 

Class of 19l!8 
Barbara Cllne 
Anna Payne 
Clalrice Jones 
Helen Kreischer 
Norma Knox 
iJlien Knox 
Bill r.olloway 
Russell Pierce 
John Godfrey 
Joe Sutton 
Jerry Bonewit 
Robert Cook 
Lloyd Cain 
Ray Clancy 
Francis Banter 

Class of 19l;9 
Joan Sharp 
Gary Drayer 
Paul Dee Schmidt 
Dick Gavin 
Harold Kreischer 
Ro7er Dickey 
Gertrude Jones 
Harold Klmir.el 
Dick Totraan 
Bob Abbot 
Carrie Johnson 
Herbert Erldf^es 
Howard Copsey 
John otoll 

Class of 1950 
Gene Robinson 
Leona Hols ten 
Perry Glancy 
Lee oharp 
Dale Ross 
Vivian Reading 
John Johnson 
Ivan Godfrey 




Address 

Hartford Citv 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Chesterfield 
Hartford City 
Warren 

Hartford City 
Dayton, Ohio 



Montpeller 
karlon 

Harcford City 
Kontpeller 
Warren 

Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Korea 

Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Marion 
Florida 
Germany 



KoVo:uo 

Lafayette 

Alabama 

Hartford City 

Germany 

Hartford City 

Hartford City 

Germany 

Hartford City 

Montpeller 

Hartford City 

Germany 

Bloomlncton 

Kentucky 



Hartford City 

Lafayette 

Hartford City 

Germany 

Dunkirk 

Korea 

Hartford City 



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Occupation 




unicnov.r. 

Factory Worker 
Factory .Vorker 
Housev/lf e 
Farmer 
Brlckmason 
Housewife 
Civil Defense 



Teacher 

Secretary 

Housewife 

Housev/lfe 

Housewife 

Home 

Farmer 

U.S. Army 

Farmer 

Factory Vslorker 

Factory '.Vorker 

Factory Worker 

U.S. Air Force 

U.S. Army 

U.S. Army 



College 

Collep-e 

U.S. Army 

Farmer 

U.S. Army 

Brick Mason 

Housewife 

U.S. Army 

Farmer 

Farmer 

Telephone Oper. 

U.S. Air Force 

College 

U.S. Army 



U.S. Navy 

Housewife 

Collep;e 

Farmer 

U.S. Air Force 

Housewife 

U.S. Air Force 

Farmer 







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Name 


Address 


Occupation 


Evelyn Bonewit 


Hartford City 


Housewife 


James Banter 


ti.ontpeller 


Farmer 


Captola Clevenger 


Roll 


i-actory Worker 


Gordon King 


Viashin^^ton 


U.S. Navy 


Connie Rouah 


Hartford City 


Factory Worker 


Jack Schmidt 


Lafayette 


College 


luarvin Sills 


Hartford City 


Parmer 


John Tatman 


Korea 


U.S. Air Force 


Class of 1951 






Charles Cain 


Hartford City 


Farmer 


June Kornbakar 


Hartford City 


Factory worker 


Ruth iJick 


fcuncie 


College 


Ldraond Vironet 




U.S. Army 


A.ary Kreischer 


Roll 


Factory "lorker 


Bob Stoll 


. Hartford City 


Farmer 


Harold oheetz 




U.S. Army 


Haynomd nussell 


Roll 


ractory 'Worker 


Jolin Gump 


Eaton 


Factory Vi/orker 


Raymond Lee 




U.S. Army 


aevsrly Clancy 


Hartford City 


Housewife 


Class of 19?2 






Viillian. Blaisdell 


Lafayette 


College 


Alavalene Chapman 


Indianapolis 


Secretary 


Cody Cook 


Hartford City 


Factory Vn'orker 


Dlar.ond Cook 


■ Hartford City 


Station Att. 


Arthur Dailey 


Upland 


Factory V/orker 


Lverett Gadbury 


Hartford City 


Factory Worker 


3ob Gavin 


Lafayette 


College 


Letha Godfrey 


Hartford City 


Housewife 


Charles Kellogg 


Hartford City 


Factory Worker 


Betty Knox 


Fort Vi/ayne 


College 


Betty Lee 


karion 


Bank Employee 


Dv/1 ht !>;clntlre 


Montpelier 


Factory 'Worker 


ohlrley l.esoell 


I».arion 


Secretary 


A lima Sharp 


Hartford City 


Bank Employee 


Francis oheetz 


karion 


Factory 'Worker 


Tomniy Shields 


Iiiarion 


Factory Worker 


Bill Towne 


Hartford City 


Factory Worker 




IONS 

J. C. Penny Co. 
Firestone Store 
Hartleys' Jewelry 
Briarwood Truck Stop 
VJllllams Heating ana Pliambing Co. 
Cllne--Cllck Lumbc-r Co. 
The Bank of Kontpeller 
Gold Seal Drug Store 
Ethel Kae Shop 
Dixie Cream Donut Shop 
Smiths' Texaco 
Baxter and ilarkln 
Keplinger f'uneral Home 
Fluher's Dry Cleaners 
Farm Bureau Co-op 
ftiontpelier Hardware 
Herald Printing Office 
Chaneys ' Hardv/are 
Webbs Furniture Co. 
Montpe'lier Hatchery 
Underwriters and Brokers Inc. 
Hopkins Music 
Parker's Grocery 
Lees Service Station 
Howard Agency Inc. 
Commercial Lurrher Co. 
Whetzel Garage 
Futrell Mobile Station 
Schultz Auto Service 
Chet Suite Sporting Goods 
•Jerry Kerbey Service 
Murphy's and Johnson Barber Shop 
Shipley >^eneral ^hop 
Kriegbaiim Hard.vare 
Breedlove Grocery 
Robert •^. kyers 
Kelson's Farm Equipment 
Beyer's Jewelry 
Kinnick's Mens Wear 
Don's Shoe Shop 
Jeannie's Beauty Shop 
llarrley's Furniture 
Vieaver Popcorn Co. 



City 
City 
City 



Hartford City 

Hartford City 

Hartford City 

State Road 3 

Warren 

Warren 

Montpelier 

Vrfarren 

Larion 

Marion 

Hartford 

Hartford 

Hartford 

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